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expensive way to engage that graffiti side of the artistic or creative behavior. at the same time, montana wants their name out there. so, if you can't montana and say i'm getting 15 kids together to do graffiti art, can you give me some stuff? i need like a basic color palate. i don't see why they wouldn't give it to you whether your message is condoning graffiti or permitting it or not, you don't have to tell montana. so, if it is something you want to work with, i think you could get -- i think you could actually be quite successful getting quite a bit of paint and supplies. sea >> [speaker not understood]. >> certainly. certainly, and i feel the same way about cigarettes. >> thank you. all right. gen, do you have another question? >> yes, this is actually for enforcement and abatement. i have two similar questions actually from the same city so i'm kind of going to blend them together. they're interested in restitution cost formula to charge individuals caught tagging the restitution labor, materials, equipment, costs. so, i don't know if that could be split between -- pointing at you.
and next month looking good. more rain, guys. boy do we need it. back to you. >> joe montana, joe cool adding to his resume. why he has arnold schwarzenegger to thank for his latest accolade. >> a little competition. the plans for a high-end shopping center in the south bay and what people are saying about it. good. shopping center in the south bay >>> the city of mountain view has a new development plan in the works so big it could rival santa no row in san jose. a new shopping and entertainment area on the corner of san antonio. the six-screen movie theater, hotel, shops, and restaurants. some say the development is a good idea. some community groups say the project is moving too quickly. >> i have a major concern, which i said again and again, is traffic. this is very likely to congest everything. it really has not been planned for. >> residents are pushing for bike lanes, safe pedestrian crossings and traffic mitigation. even without a plan, negotiations are under way. phase one of the project with housing and retail is almost complete. construction on phase two won't begin for sev
in the world is causing this very strange sight? and where we found joe montana and warren beatty hanging out tonight. and then late other "gym mooy kimmel --" jimmy kimmle live." >> thanks. the great halle >>> well, imagine getting this knock on your door. pardon me, did you know if you have an earthquake did you know your home is not safe? abc news reporter leslie leslie brinkley is live with the story. it is not exactly publisher's clearinghouse turning up on your doorstep. >> that's right. let me outline this for you to get a scope of what they are zeroing in on. this is a building that is basically an apartment floating above an open garage area and not size lickly retro -- seismically retrofitted. >> we need to act now. >> city officials and activists all joined forces. they walked into the nearby neighborhoods to hit the buzzers and knock on doors. >> it is susceptible to collapse in an earthquake. >> berkeley launched phase one of an ordinance requiring landlords to post signs like this one. by 2007 they were supposed to crackdown on the seismic retrofitting. but a lack of fund and st
sight? and where we found joe montana and warren beatty hanging out tonight. and then late other "gym mooy kimmel --" jimmy kimmle live." >> thanks. the great ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to save 5% off every day with your lowe's consumer credit card. knock on your door. pardon me, dd you know if you have an earthquake did you know your home is not safe? abc news reporter leslie leslie brinkley is live with the story. it is not exactly publisher's clearinghouse turning up on your doorstep. >> that's right. let me outline this for you to get a scope of what they are zeroing in on. this is a building that is basically an apartment floating above an open garage area and not size lickly retro -- seismically retrofitted. >> we need to act now. >> city officials and activists all joined forces. they walked into the nearby neighborhoods to hit the buzzers and knock on doors. >> it is susceptible to collapse in an earthquake. >> berkeley launched phase one of an ordinance requiring landlords to post signs like this one. by 2007 they were supposed to crackdown on the seismic retro
is causing ery strange very strangeere we and where we found joe montana and warren beatty hanging out tonight. and then late other "gym mooy kimmel --" jimmy kimmle live." >> thanks. the great halle >>> well, imagine getting this knock on your door. pardon me, did you know if you have an earthquake did you know your home is not safe? abc news reporter leslie leslie brinkley is live with the story. it is not exactly publisher's clearinghouse turning up on your doorstep. >> that's right. let me outline this for you to get a scope of what they are zeroing in on. this is a building that is basica apartmenn apartment floating above an open garage area and not size lickly retro -- seismically retrofitted. >> we need to act now. >> city officials and activists all joined forces. they walked into the nearby neighborhood hit the buzzers and knock on doors. >> it is susceptible incollaps. >> berkeley launched phase one of an ordinance requiring landlords to post signs like this one. kdown on the seismicpposed to retrofitting. but a lack of fund and staffing stopped the plan. they found some re
tonight, a religious boarding school in montana that attracted national attention for the kind of discipline it practices, what some call out right child abuse. gary tuchman reported extensi extensively on those allegations. the subsequent outcry prompted montana legislature to act, taking up legislation to try to regulate such schools. as gary is going to report tonight, something else stopped that action cold. >> it's a religious boarding school for troubled children in the mountains of western montana. the pinehaven christian children's ranch where the scenery is beautiful but where some accusations are so very ugly. a husband and wife who worked there until 2010 as house parents say this about their time there. >> children were hurt at pinehaven. when kids won't obey, physical pain is used to get them to comply, whether it's pressure points. sometimes they were drug down the hill. sometimes they were choked. >> former student melissa remembers one particular house parent. >> he picked me up by the -- under my neck, just like at my trachea. and he's about 6'2" and i'm about
retirement guide, call 877-242-usaa. >>> keeping them honest tonight, a religious boarding school in montana that attracted national attention for the kind of discipline it practices, what some call out right child abuse. gary tuchman reported extensively on those allegations. the subsequent outcry prompted montana legislature to act, taking up legislation to try to regulate such schools. as gary is going to report tonight, something else stopped that action cold. >> it's a religious boarding school for troubled children in the mountains of western montana. the pinehaven christian children's ranch where the scenery is beautiful but where some accusations are so very ugly. a husband and wife who worked there until 2010 as house parents say this about their time there. >> children were hurt at pinehaven. when kids won't obey, physical pain is used to get them to comply, whether it's pressure points. sometimes they were drug down the hill. sometimes they were choked. >> former student melissa remembers e particular house parent. >> he picked me up by the -- under my neck, just like at my trache
ahead of the stompl. >> thank you. >> coming up what 49ers legend joe montana and actor warren baity have in common? >> at 6:00 a local film maker shows how he recreated an affect reserved for those multi million dollar movies using gear that you can buy. that is at 6:00. >>> a celebration of survival today. doctors medical center. the center held a first spring survivorship celebration today for breast cancer survivors including a free makeover and gift bags. patients say this helps them keep a positive attitude you need to be yourself. very positive. everything around you. because being positive helps you a lot in getting well. >> doctors say in addition to medicine a sense of community fellowship and support are important part of the giving process. >> governor brown today signed a bill to improve breast cancer detection. the bill requiring doctors to inform patients if they have dense breast tissue which can be harder to lok yale yait until ls informing about alternative screening options. that r.seven new inductees will joint hall of fame in sacramento tonight. 49ers legend joe
. tonight's inductees included the united farmer workers, warren beatty, and joe montana. >>> they left their crop bows at home. tonight it was the san francisco premiere of game of thrones. the stars walked the red carpet. but a few characters from the seven kingdoms did show up. >>> who was the president the last time the warriors won in the alamo? the countdown tip-off is at hand! the smnt minute is coming up! tonight is your last chance to fill out your bracket! ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, game againist the spurs in n antonio, bill clinton was ie oval office... that's 28 ho- ver golden state >>> the last time the warriors won a game against the spurs in san antonio, bill clinton was in the oval office! mark jackson ran into the latest version of daniel boon there. duncan, 25 points, 13 rebounds. 104-93 the final there. >>> have you heard about this lebron streak? the heat came from 27 points down to beat the jazz! they won 24 straight! >>> prepping for the opening round match-up against ulv. they could have a 3rd round match-up tomorrow against montana where mike montgomery began his career. >
's still a big deal. talking about joe montana. he was inducted into the california hall of fame. the red carpet arrivals earlier tonight in sacramento. he's already in the pro football hall of fame. the bay area sports hall of fame. and the 49ers hall of fame. so what's with one more hall of fame? why not? he says he's honored to receive this award. even has advice for the current quarterback of the 49ers. >> it's great. people still recognize the things that we accomplished as a team back in the '80s and first part of the '90s. >> what advice do you have for colin kaepernick? >> keep doing what you're doing. >> colin just needs a few more super bowl victories. montana drew huge crowds. still looking great. >> congratulations. that's going to do it for us. good night. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and
in northeast montana, snowing hard there towards fargo and minneapolis and a swath of snow on this one will come back down here through minnesota into wisconsin, milwaukee, then into chicago could get six to ten inches of snow and through the ohio valley and could be a big snowstorm for areas in the mountains especially outside of washington, d.c. so get about six to ten will be the highest totals and watch the d.c. forecast calling for three to sings our nation's capital. much of the west coast remains calm. next storm is off the coast. one pretty nice day and then we'll watch the front kicking through with some showers and some wet weather in the northwest. that cold front also cooled us off over the weekend. temperatures are almost on the frigid side. in the 30s in many areas of oregon, washington and stayed in the 20s in the higher elevations of idaho. so, going to be a cool day today but at least today will be the dry day in the west. plenty of sunshine. phoenix holds on to the warmth. onshore flow in san diego, california, l.a. has cooled you off. that's a day. temperatures comfo
used to work in montana and there was a town that literally changed -- it figuratively -- they changed their name to joe in the hope that during the name changing ceremony joe montana would come. i remember he sent a jersey. didn't make money off that one and now they are called joe. this makes sense. joe montana, not so much. >> love joe montana. he was a great, great running back. >> yes. >> we will close things out with a post game wrap up with andy levy. and to see clips of past shows go to fox news.com/red eye.
former 49ers quarterback, joe montana. amber lee joins us now in sacramento with the quality all the inductees share. >> reporter: we're in front of the california museum. behind the glass doors you can see that people are just wrapping up this party right now. i had a chance to speak with the celebrities, and a well known labor activist who are honored tonight. nfl hall of famer, joe montana is now also an inductee into the california hall of fame. >> it's kind of overwhelming when you look at the co- inductees. i'm not sure how i got into this group. >> reporter: montana was received by a warm crowd. he signed autographs for young, excited fans, and older ones. >> signed the back and the front. there you go. >> reporter: many in the crowd were there to see the football star. >> that's all, i'm out of here. >> reporter: i asked montana what he thought was 49ers recent accomplishments. >> they seem to have it happening on both sides of the ball. all the time. >> reporter: there were seven inductees tonight, including actor warren beatie. >> the movie stars, or labor leaders, crea
quarterback, joe montana. amber lee joins us now in sacramento with the quality all the inductees share. >> reporter: we're in front of the california museum. behind the glass doors you can see that people are just wrapping up this party right now. i had a chance to speak with the celebrities, and a well known labor activist who are honored tonight. nfl hall of famer, joe montana is now also an inductee into the california hall of fame. >> it's kind of overwhelming when you look at the co- inductees. i'm not sure how i got into this group. >> reporter: montana was received by a warm crowd. he signed autographs for young, excited fans, and older ones. >> signed the back and the front. there you go. >> reporter: many in the crowd were there to see the football star. >> that's all, i'm out of here. >> reporter: i asked montana what he thought was 49ers recent accomplishments. >> they seem to have it happening on both sides of the ball. all the time. >> reporter: there were seven inductees tonight, including actor warren beatie. >> the movie stars, or labor leaders, creators of hollywood mo
john delaney and montana republican, steve days. >>> and the top job is up for grabs in the city of angels but why is no one paying atenning? we are taking a deep dive into l.a.'s muted mayoral melee. >>> first, a look ahead at today's politics planner, so you know what is going on, all the action up on capitol hill today -- ♪ you know my heart burns for you... ♪ i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> as you know, lawmakers spend a lot of time talking about what business leaders want out of washington. today, we are going to meet two new members of congress who have some firsthand knowledge, congressman john delaney is the only member of the house who has let a publicly traded company. in fact, he has l
. quorum call: mr. reid: i believe the senator has a statement to make regarding a big event in montana, is that right? mr. baucus: that's correct. mr. baucus: madam president, i ask to speak as if in morning business. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. baucus: johnny woodening, the ten-time ncaa national championship of ucla once said, "the main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team." it takes a little star power, a lot of teamwork to win 10 champ onships. but it takes something extra special to win big sky coach of the year award 20 times. that's the lady tkpwr* -- griz coach. he's got true grit, grew up north of the high line. i know the occupant of the chair knows where the high line is. that's up in northern montana. the high line across montana stretches from highway 2 over into north dakota. under coach seldick's leadership the lady grizz made it to the championship 20 times in the 32-year history. i also want to honor montana grizzlies men's basketball coach, coach continue -- tinkle leading the team to the second year in the row in the tournament. jordan greg
the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the chair recognizes the gentleman from montana, mr. daines, for five minutes. mr. daines: i ask unanimous consent to address the house and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. speaker, i arrived here in washington, d.c., to serve the people of montana and my country with a bit of a different resume than many folks have here in washington. you see, i've spent the past 28 years in the private sector working to grow businesses, having to balance a budget and create good jobs. i loved my job in the private sector. but when i looked at washington and the path our economy and our country was on, i knew that things needed to change. so i ran for congress because the challenges facing our nation were far too great to just sit back on the sidelines. as montana's small businesses know, you can't spend more than you take in. year after year of federal deficits with no end in sight doesn't lead to prosperity, doesn't lead to growth. it leads to financial ruin. i'm also the father of four great kids, two in coll
of montana, another rural state. the gentleman from west virginia also had concerns about what is going on in some of the states, sometimes called flyover states. we do have airport. one of my favorite states is montana. we share a common favorite. i am grateful for what you do. my wife and four children are grateful, too. i have spent 28 years in the private sector, i just joined congress. many times i had to deal with these kind of situations. the curveballs that come with finding ways to tighten budgets in the middle of the year. back to the montana question, eliminating the midnight shift as well as reduction in towers, any sense of how many dollars that might represent? >> -- just looking at the 1600 you talked about -- the 60 atc's and the 100 towers. >> it is dependent on the status of the facility. whether it is a contract hour or an faa tower. in general, a result of the clusters that we would see from the contract towers that would be around $45 million-$50 million. i would be this year. >> i am a numbers guy at heart. you never appreciate people looking over shoulders at budg
is better than you. >>> we'll be back tomorrow. >> thank you. jeff: miss montana. come on out, miss montana. >> my autism doesn't define who i am. i define my autism. jeff: a new standard of beauty. >> someone said thank you. you give my son hope. jeff: then he found a fortune and gave it back despite degree homeless. your life is really turned around. you have a job. >> yes. [captioning made possible by cbs television distribution] [applause] jeff: hello. hello! roll it! a little bit about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family is. i'm hosting a talk show because there is a lot to talk about. welcome to the show. have a seat. thank you very much. so happy to have you here. one of our last shows. we're not being renewed. in a few months we'll be off the air. these are peshes, precious days that we must share together. today on the show, two people who i think will inspire you. i hope they will inspire you. we have the very first miss america contestant with autism. it is an amazing story that remind
. that's what's for dinner. montana state senate has approved a new bill that allows people in montana to salvage deer and elk, moose and anti-lope for food. supporters say the measure will help clear roadways and stop good meat from going to waist. opponents question how safe that meat might be. if a governor signs a bill into law, montana will join six other states that allow people to legally eat road kill. scientists say they have just discovered that the universe is nearly 100 million years older than they thought it was. they report new data from the european space agency space craft show that the big bang happened 13.8 billion years ago. meantime, the very engines that helped blast man to the moon and later sank to the ocean floor are now back on dry ground. and we'll show you next. been waiting for the price of mattresses to fall? then hurry, sleep train's beautyrest and posturepedic closeout sale ends sunday. save up to 40% on closeout sets from beautyrest and posturepedic. save hundreds on floor samples and closeout inventory. these prices are falling fast, but these deals wo
and dad he is the mens' coach at montana cheering final: 73-40 stanford dwight howard is vowing revenge. for a david lee elbow he took to the face in last night's warriors win over the lakers. >> i expressed to him at halftime that it was unintentional. i was surprised that he made that post-game comment. we have bigger things to worry about. >> if they keep on winning they are not going to shake kind of like what the hockey games to at playoff time. they do not want to-- shave.. if that winning continues expect the warriors to be a bit scruffy. >> the city of sacramento not giving up on the kings. led by mayor kevin johnson, the city council voted 7-2 tonight in favor of a plan to build a new 18,500 seat arena in downtown sacramento tiger woods is back on top the golfing world.and the sponsors are starting to come back of course nike never left him.and they have a new ad that some are calling irresponsible. mexico dominated the 100,000 plus stadium bye was difficult. president obama showing that he has some soccer still
information expected to be released about the ongoing budget battle. >>> scary moments for a skier in montana. why this man said he's lucky to be alive after getting trapped in an avalanche. >>> highway 4 off to a good start from antioch to concord. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> good morning. our afternoon temperatures soar, slightly warmer in napa, 4 degrees warmer for your afternoon. >>> welcome back. 4:43. the republican-controlled house of representatives are lease a budget proposal today. paul ryan said his proposal will balance the federal budg
a nice ring to it. [ male announcer ] only from at&t. ♪ >> i remember when joe montana left. what about alex smith? >> his great philanthropy work. however, not much of a comparison with joe montana >> he is beloved. and you show your character with the support of tiger woods. >> yes, he went after the pan-cake waitress. and after awhile you have to let it go. if i have to socialize with them? there be a different store but unlike him watching played golf. >> and patrick says that you showing on your your body guard. >> he was bringing up the material and he was late. however, kevin and i have been friends for over 25 years. put it this way he's a great guy. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪
montana will be inducted in the second hall of fame, first lady will be held at the museum of sacramento and the honor celebrates californians who embody the state's spirit and achievements. there is a list besides montana, there is warren paid did i. -- baitty and we have the last surviver of a native tribe in california. >> sal, you don't remember the catch, do you? the white car? >> i do remember that play. i always will. >>> let's go out and take a look at the commute, traffic is moving along well as you drive across any of the commutes and however it is raining and wet and it is not raining hard but it is raining enough to make the roads wet so you want to give yourself some extra time this morning. on the peninsular we have a nice looking drive so far but across the san mateo and dumbarton, i think you should give yourself some extra time and at the toll plaza it is light there, let's go to steve. >>> a lot of cloud cover, mild lows, 54, oakland and san jose, moisture sources, we willhave some breaks later on but right now cloudy and mild, mostly cloudy and mild and will return mor
unlv. final game, 6:57, montana against syracuse. the four winners of today's games move on to saturday. they play saturday here. those two winners move on to the sweet 13. i was at the box office about 15 minutes ago. they still have tickets for today's four games. though the game against unlv with cal, tickets are very limited. they're still available, just very limited. the cal game tip-off, 4:27 here at the hp pavilion. reporting live here in san jose, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> a college basketball player from oakland will be playing for montana at the hp pavilion today. here he is. will cherry is a senior point guard for the grizzlies. cherry went to mcclimbens high school. he says he always remembers his roots by wearing two bracelets dedicated to his high school, one that says mac family and mac alumni. the grizzlies are a heavy underdog against syracuse. >>> saint mary's will be playing today but all the way in auburn hills, michigan. they play number six seed memphis in just about 35 minutes from now at 11:45 this morning. fans are gathering at dryden hall at st. mary'
on to their next opponent syracuse, montana will be the next opponent behind me. scott rates, kron 4 also, post-game reaction with gary radnich new estate, a scam this is an example of an a- t-m skimmer. the one on the bottom is the fake. the one on top is the real card reader. tough to tell the difference between the two. and, the hillsborough police department says it doesn't take long to set a skimmer up. in some case, captain doug davis says the theives can snap a skimmer onto an a-t-m in a few minutes. which may have been the case at this burlingame u-s bank a-t-m on burlingame avenue. so, by the time you the customer, approach the a-t- m. you are already a victim. once you've pulled out your card and insert it into the machine. the skimmer will then read all of your information. so, yes, you walk away with your money. but the theives walk away with all of your information. captain davis says at least two burlingame and hillsborough residents are victims of this scam. robbed of an undisclosed amount of money. but he says there could be more victims. the hillsborough and burlingame police d
: here." every football fan knows joe montana played for 949ers until he didn't and played for the kansas city chiefs. jerry rice was a 49er until he was an oakland raider. in that vein, every tech fan knows guy kawasaki was an original employee of apple and first evangelist of the apple macintosh computer. he played for apple until he didn't. kawasaki works for google or more specifically google company motorola. he told a crowd last week real men use android. we'll ask him about that, but we should note it would be impossible for guy to show up without a new book called "author, publisher, editor." and i have a cope. guy kawasaki, thanks for being with us this morning. first of all, what are you doing for motorola? >> first of all, this is the first and last time that my name will ever be mentioned in with jerry rice. unlike people with cannon, like joe montana and jerry rice, guy kawasaki. so cross that off the bucket list. >> yeah, absolutely. >> so for motorola i'm an adviser to the ceo and i work primarily on marketing and user interface, user design, social media. >> the alicia key
of montana. he is from one of the four states that don't have a sales tax and they of course are concerned about this issue. let me make it clear. anyone purchasing an item on the internet in montana is not going to have to say sales tax if montana doesn't have a sales tax. the same thing is going to be true for new hampshire as well as delaware and oregon. the four states that have no sales tax. so we're not imposing a new sales tax on montana or any other state. those that have the tax will be collecting it under our bill. now, how about the internet retailers? who will be comped by this? we created an exemption as senator enzi said. the exemption said you have to have a million dollars in sales on the internet before you do this. a million dollars. how many internet retailers would that mean? we think about a thousand. 975 sell more than a million dollars worth of goods each year on the internet. so about a thousand retailers on the internet would be collecting the sales tax. they'd look at my home address, and they would assess the tax that's owed. wait a minute. how will that be asses
losing the fight over forced spending cuts tonight? >>> and a montana couple didn't believe the story police told them about the death of their son, so they became real-life detectives to discover the truth. it's an "outfront" investigation. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, a papal good-bye. surrounded in pomp and circumstance, history made in rome today and it was amazing to watch. pope benedict xvi addressed the crowds in st. peter's square one last time, as the leader of the roman catholic church. about 150,000 people were cheering with signs saying, thank you, to the pope. the pope met with more than 100 cardinals, the ones who were going to choose his successor, one by one, each of them clasped his hand and kissed his ring in a sign of reverence. every second of this day was planned, every move was a first. because no pope has ever retired. the pope rode in a mercedes-benz. he rode to his augusta westland helicopter, which took him on a sunset tour of rome. and i just wanted to show you these aerials. it was beautiful. it was
. >> bill: massachusetts, montana connecticut, utah. rhode island, idaho, new jersey. washington state. >> hey, back off. >> bill: those are the leanest. and most of them are not northern part of the country. >> you are saying this is climate okay call. >> it's not a wealthy state. it's and so i don't know whether it might be climate. >> conversely if you think about, you know, look at south beach. you don't find many heavy people there. >> because they are not americans. have you been to south beach? >> i program ecuador. it's a magnet for -- it's a strange place south beach. i don't think we want to get into that tonight might hae something to do with climate. you would think that the people that are outside more in the southern states would be burning off the calories while if you live in montana. >> it's hot. >> montana 18 feet of snow you have to cacoon. >> when it's hot outside you are lethargic. i'm lethargic all the time so it doesn't really matter. >> bill: arizona and california they are in the lean states. that's a place where -- >> -- i think it's definitely the poverty iss
and that was actually john tester a democrat from montana now. as you know, he is an organic farmer and when he was farming in montana before he joined the senate in 2007, he was making very little money. it was between 20,000, 30,000 dollars a year. so this is important to him personally. let's take a look at what he said on the senate floor prior to that vote. >> the provision says that when a judge finds that the usda approved a crop illegally that the department must reapprove the crop and allow it to continue to be planted regardless of what the judge said. >> montana has elected me to go to the senate to do away with the shady back room deals. to get rid of handouts to big corporations. >> now, tester did go to the democratic leadership and say that he wanted this taken out of the bill but they were basically saying we can't change this. this came from pieces of legislation that were worked through the house and the senate in 2012 and they said if they wanted to keep the government from shutting down they needed to get this through. there was no taking it out. all right. erin mcpike, than
at one of his montana ranches. this lonesome cowboy, who hates his own company. you hate being alone. >> i don't like being alone. these are big places to be alone. i tell you, come out here and spend the night by yourself sometime. you know, the coyotes out there howling. ah-ooh! >> [chuckling] >> [chortles] it's pretty scary. >> out here at the snowcrest ranch, ted turner is not alone. he keeps company with bison, horses, and a stream full of ruby river trout. oh-ho! mama mia! that's a real nice fish. >> life is good for ted turner. he's not your average old age pensioner. this most restless of men jets around the world... >> here we go. >> promoting good causes, dreaming up new business ventures, and dropping in on his dozens of properties scattered about the hemisphere. and now as he turns 70, he's written his book. so after his morning ride, the man who proudly says he never looks back decided to do just that, to let ted reflect on ted. >> i've had the good fortune to have a much more diverse life than most people, with professional sports and television and news and movies. >>
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